Stix and Stones Landscaping
Custom landscape designs - ROC # 309066
Pavers and Flagstone:
We install pavers for patios, driveways, decks and walkways.
Pavers are both decorative and practical.
Pavers won't crack like concrete, but are lower maintenance. Pavers also won't rot like wood patios.
In this picture above, we installed a new paver driveway, flagstone steps and walkway, and a retaining wall, along with the landscaping.
Mt. Elden makes for a nice backdrop to this gorgeous front yard.
For the paver sitting area pictured above we created a pleasant outdoor space with large seating boulders cut into paver patio.
The boulders are natural malapai, which are found locally in Northern Arizona. We also installed lush grass with Anglia Edgers for border.
The walkways to the paver sitting area consist of large pieces of flagstone, surrounded by crushed granite.
In this project above we worked the pavers in around an existing ponderosa pine tree.
We also installed dark-sky friendly perimeter lighting.
We recommend sealing new pavers. Please contact our friends at Highwood Construction for paver sealing.
These Pavers pictured above are the "tumbled" Style
Flagstone is a great option for backyards and walkways.
Flagstone can be set with sand joints, mortar joints or in a gravel base.
Flagstone can also be used for outdoor steps.
For this project we tied in the Flagstone steps with the surround malapai rock.
Flagstaff has an abundance of malapai rock, which makes for a very natural looking landscape project.
The dark color of malapai is striking.
Implementing flagstone and pavers as part of a xeroscape design helps conserve water.
Here is a darker red flagstone we installed in a backyard along with a stacked stone wall:
Flagstone comes in many shades and varieties.
The stacked stone wall in this picture coordinates with the red color of this flagstone.
Here is a long Flagstone pathway leading down to the Flagstaff Urban Trail System:
Flagstone comes in a variety of colors, shapes and thicknesses